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Disequilibrium crystallization and rapid crystal growth: a case study of orbicular granitoids of magmatic origin

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Disequilibrium crystallization and rapid crystal growth: a case study of orbicular granitoids of magmatic origin

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Disequilibrium crystallization and rapid crystal growth: a case study of orbicular granitoids of magmatic origin

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Disequilibrium crystallization and rapid crystal growth: a case study of orbicular granitoids of magmatic origin

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Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis

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International geology review, 2021, Vol.63 (7), p.900-916

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TN_cdi_informaworld_taylorfrancis_310_1080_00206814_2020_1734975

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English

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Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis

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Archaean orbicular granitoids from western Australia were investigated to better understand crystal growth processes. The orbicules are dioritic to tonalitic spheroids dispersed in a granitic host magma. Most orbicules have at least two to three concentric bands composed of elongate and radially oriented hornblendes with interstitial plagioclase. E...

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Disequilibrium crystallization and rapid crystal growth: a case study of orbicular granitoids of magmatic origin

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TN_cdi_informaworld_taylorfrancis_310_1080_00206814_2020_1734975

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0020-6814

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1938-2839

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10.1080/00206814.2020.1734975

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